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Next Gen Toys – AI and Siri On Steroids

Next Generation Toys Jean M. Twenge recently published a thought-provoking article titled “Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation“. I will be the first to admit I haven’t read the “parenting book” from cover to cover and I have made my share of parenting mistakes. I am not sure any parent or technology company for that matter could anticipate […]

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ACSI – Controlling Online Access in Classrooms

Students in different grades have particular learning requirements A grade two student would not need the same app that a grade eight student may need. Similarly, it may be necessary to limit the amount of screen time that students in younger grades are exposed to. The content being downloaded may not be appropriate for the […]

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The Network Professional’s Survival Guide

IT-ET Survival Guide For Modern Learning Environments I would like to thank Brooke Furry at Helpsystems for providing the opportunity to contribute to the Helpsystem’s Network Professional’ Survival Guide. The Network Professional Survival Guide represents the collective experience and wisdom of a number of IT-ET leaders across the globe. These IT-ET leaders are passionate about […]

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Changing the way computers could work in the future.

“We already have digital computers to process information. Our goal is not to compete with electronic computers or to operate word processors on this,” Prakash said. “Our goal is to build a completely new class of computers that can precisely control and manipulate physical matter. Imagine if when you run a set of computations that […]

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Manu Prakash: A 50-cent microscope that folds like origami

This truly speaks to innovation and redesign. This could have a huge impact on the Monster Soup of Malaria and disease treatment. Technology doesn’t need to be expensive. Innovation and creativity are priceless. http://www.foldscope.com [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=h8cF5QPPmWU]

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Protected: Canada’s Third Apple Distinguished School – The Rest of the Story

There is no excerpt because this is a protected post.

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Technology SAMR Model for Administrators – Part 1: Staff Presentations | Edutopia

Technology SAMR Model for Administrators – Part 1: Staff Presentations | Edutopia.   The introduction of wireless networks and bring-your-own-device (BYOD) programs in classrooms has increased the demand for teachers to effectively utilize technology worldwide. We have seen an emphasis placed on technology-centered professional development to ensure that classroom educators are best prepared for these […]

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Day 3 – JNUC – Jamf Nation Conference

Session One – Achieve the Apple Trifecta – Using DEP – VPP and Jamf Software Need to reference keynote presentation. Tons of information. *Need to look at DEP and Jamf JSS workflow to ensure the users can still connect the iPad to a computer and the iPad is still supervised. Session Two – The JSS […]

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Day Two – JNUC Conference – Wednesday Oct 22nd

Jamf Nation discussion boards a great place to post and or review Jamf Administrator career opportunities. JNUC attendance increasing year by year. 1300 participants this year. Session One Chris Smaistig and Randon Ruggles discuss the VPP workflow between the JSS and Apple programs. Key findings were that the JSS VPP invitation does not need to […]

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